The multi-use trail system is available to walkers, hikers, runners and bicyclists.
Residents are encouraged to take advantage of this great natural resource, which is
available so close to home. Coal Creek Trail (3.5 miles)
This trail runs from Bicentennial Park, north and east past the City Ball fields and Rotary Centennial Veterans Park, through East Canyon Park, and east up Cedar Canyon. It can accessed from many points along the way.Amenities
- Benches with scenic views
- Drinking fountains
- Historical monument
- No Street Crossings (trail underpasses and bridges)
Fiddler’s Canyon Trail (1 mile)
From north Main Street, turn east on Nichols Canyon Road to Cottontail, turn north; the trail starts approximately ½ block on right side. You can access the trail off Cottontail by turning left at Bridgewater Road as well.Amenities
Park Discovery Trail (3/4 miles)
The Park Discovery is located near the Iron County School District Office and Cedar Middle School.
From I-15, take the Walmart exit, go west to first light, turn north and continue up the hill.
The road curves left, and the park is located behind the Iron County School District office building. The trail
goes around the fields next to the Park Discovery. Parking is in the School District Office or Cedar Middle School parking areas.